November 2019 - Cyn Mobley: Law
Month: November 2019

Best Evidence: what it means and what it doesn’t.

I’m hearing the phrase ‘best evidence’ thrown around a bit today. Let’s have a brief chat about what that actually means.  It doesn’t meant that this is the best proof of something.  It means that the original document has been

Pet Trust and Durable Power of Attorney for Pet Care

So you’ve made provisions for your pet in your will. Isn’t that enough? Nope. First, to be effective, the will has to be probated. That can take weeks or months. Until then, your pets are in danger. They could end

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Pet Trusts: Your State’s Law

Are Pet Trusts legal in your state?

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